Entrepreneur Magazine

Yesterday someone told me that Entrepeneur Magazine published an
article in the July issue on social networking. The author interviewed
me a few weeks ago about how I use LinkedIn.com, and how I require
people who want free business mentoring from me to use LinkedIn.com
before I start giving them advice.

Here is the Entrepreneur Magazine article.

Here is an interesting response from a blogger in India who disagrees with my opinion about LinkedIn.com.

This author talks about OpenBC,
the European social networking site that has more than 500,000 members
and covers a lot of languages. I\’m definitely going to check out OpenBC. It has an interesting 2-year Alexa chart.

3 thoughts on “Entrepreneur Magazine

  1. Hi Kevin, Hi Paul,

    you two have great blogs, thank you for sharing so much with us !

    1) I visited your website in regards with the “LinkedIn – LockedOut topic” as seen here :
    pls see my comment, we welcome your comments

    2) Kevin, thank you : from my perspective, openbc has been conceived and is currently maintained on that “context and purpose” philosophy
    PS : I can’t find you on openBC, did you ever register ? if not, pls read below…

    3) Dear Paul, if you did not register yet, pls be my special guest (use my invitation link to openBC) : http://www.openbc.com/go/invuid/Yann_Mauchamp/

    4) If you want to visit my public profile first, just type my name on Google

    5) Maria Sipka, Australia, says : “your life in 10 years depends on the people you meet and the books you read”, let me introduce you to : http://www.openbc.com/hp/Maria_Sipka/ ?

    Thank you for your attention and best regards,

    Yann Mauchamp
    pls delete the invitation message bonce you read it, thanks.

  2. I was interviewed here in May by the Australian Financial Review about openBC entering the Australian market. The wave is rising and about to crest but not on the huge we do everything for everyone sites. I feel context and purpose will define many smaller topic and interest specific networks with a global digital ID much similar to what we have now with the FOAF project.

  3. Hi Kevin! We must have been interview by the same journo. Great article! Can’t wait for openBC/ on-line networking to take off in Australia. Let’s meet when I return from Hamburg early October. Connect via openBC on the above link. Regards Maria

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